Prowling The Web: Jaguars training camp standouts


Jacksonville Jaguars training camp is starting, which means it’s time for news of the team to heat up. Football season is upon us!

Predicting Jacksonville Jaguars training camp standouts – Bleacher Report

"Typically, when you hear of fundamental changes in a player’s game, it’s from a rookie or relatively young player. For 28-year-old Zane Beadles, that is not the case, and his change in footwork and stance has apparently been a positive.According to, Beadles changed his stance and footwork to better improve on a mediocre first season with the Jaguars in 2014. The 2012 Pro Bowler got a wake-up call when the Jaguars drafted A.J. Cann in the third round of the 2015 NFL draft, and he responded well."

Can Jeremy Harris prove to be a leader during Jaguars training camp? – Florida Times-Union

"“What I’ve heard from how he was a year ago to how he is now, they say he has turned over a new leaf,” said cornerback Davon House, who was signed away from Green Bay in the offseason to help fix the Jaguars’ secondary. “He’s been out there making plays, and he really looks fluid over there. To me, he looks like a guy that’s five or six years in.”"

Could Allen Robinson break the Jaguars’ receiving streak? – ESPN

"Robinson said he feels comfortable with his knowledge of coordinator Greg Olson’s new offense so far despite not having a lot of reps, but that’s not a surprise since he did miss all that time last year during OTAs, minicamp and the preseason and still was the Jaguars’ best receiver through the first 10 games of 2014. He caught at least four passes in all but one game."

Who is on the Jaguars’ Mount Rushmore? – ESPN

"Neat question, and I thought the answer would be pretty easy. Tony Boselli, Fred Taylor and Jimmy Smith are locks, but when it came to No. 4, I had a much harder time. There are three worthy candidates:…"

4 major changes to expect in the Jaguars depth chart by season end – iSportsWeb

"Michael Bennett cracking the starting lineup has a very outside chance of happening. He was just a 6th round draft pick and the four defensive tackles in front of him on the depth chart are very good. That being said, both Sen’Derrick Marks and Roy Miller are coming back from bad injuries."

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